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Dear ladies and gentlemen:
I don't have a mobility issue but I suffer from Major Clinical Depression, and I'm using a hearing aid. I would like to know if mentally ill persons can have a parking permit. When I go to the clinic where I attend my depression it worse not having where to park than the depression itself. I get so upset that the rest of the day is messed up that (...) View more
los angeles, CA
This site is the reason that we need laws to protect people with disabilities. How could you all be so dense? And what is really sad, you think you are helping. I have been disabled since I was born. Mine is most of the time an invisible disability, except for my small (around 5 foot stature). It is a heart-lung condition. If you look at me you can not tell I can barely walk more than 20 (...) View more
I never gave the handicapped parking issue much thought (I never parked in one) until I recently had surgery on my knee. Only then did I realize how difficult it can be for an individual with a disability or handicap to even find a parking space! My placard was just a 3 month temporary, but I sure needed it.
On my first day of outpatient physical therapy, I could not find a handicap space - 3 (...) View more
I too was sick to death of people asking me if I was handicapped. So, one day this idiot confronts me and I said; "You've got a lot of nerve buddy. YOU can't see something therefore it doesn't exist? Who the hell do you think you are? I'll show you my disability since you feel YOU are entitled to know MY business!" Then I dropped my pants right in the parking (...) View more
Santa Cruz, CA
I think this site needs to establish a procedure for getting reports removed when they're false. Some of these remarks are irrelevant (like the ones that complain about how new the car is, as if disabled person are *required* to be poor and to get rides only from poor friends!) and many likely involve legitimate users with invisible disabilities. But there's not a single word in the (...) View more
st. louis, MO
I found your site as I got a notice I have been reported. WELL BOO HOO.
I am legal. No problem. Report away.
I unlike some can walk just fine. I am not confined to a chair. I am young, fit and full of energy on most days. (...) View more
My grandma has a severe mast cell disease that requires her to be parked close to the store or restaurant so she can get acces sto her medications. A couple days ago, a guy actually yelled at her for parking in a handicap spot, and he didn't believe that she was handicapped, even though we had the placard and doctors records to prove it.
Please stop drawing conclusions-you don't know!
I understand that there people who use their tags for convenience rather than actual need are out there. But I agree with others here who say that you cannot accuse someone of "appearing" to not need a tag. I am a 20 year old woman and look relatively healthy. However, I had extensive back surgery with spinal instrumentation, and I fatigue very quickly. Some days I get inflammations (...) View more
I too have a disability that one cannot see. Walking was extremely difficult to the point that I just stopped grocery shopping before my placard OR I would wait until very late at night or go very early in the morning to get my groceries. Even still, sometimes I would have to choose from what was in the FRONT end of the store. Many times, I would get home and have to leave the groceries in my (...) View more
Everyone should just shut up and stop complaining. Lets all cry about it. Most people who have that hard of a time walking have wheelchairs. So what, you have to push up on the joystick an extra few seconds to make up for not getting a handicapped spot. BOOHOO. There are so many fat people out there with handicap stickers so they dont have to walk too far. Maybe those people should be the ones (...) View more